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" There is no more of rectitude, piety, or sanctity in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained, or innocence and sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip. "
Essays on Freethinking and Plainspeaking - Sivu 231
tekijä(t) Leslie Stephen - 1873 - 362 sivua
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Lackington's Confessions, Rendered Into Narrative: To which are Added ...

James Lackington, Allan Macleod - 1804 - 150 sivua
...or sanctity in a creature reformed under the influence of religious hopes and fears, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained, or innocence and sobriety in a monkey under the whip. Preposterous, unphilosophical, uncharitable assertions ! But, Lord Shaftesbury was a modern infidel...

The Confessions of J. Lackington: Late Bookseller, at the Temple of the Muses

James Lackington - 1808 - 189 sivua
...rectitude, piety, or sanctity in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tyger strongly chained, or innocence and sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip. If the. rewards proposed to christians had been like those promised by Mahomet to his'followers, sensual...

Autobiography: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Nide 18

1830
...asserts that there is no more rectitude, piety, or sanctity, in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained,...sobriety in a monkey Under the discipline of the whip. " If the rewards proposed to Christians had been like those promised by Mahomet to his followers, sensual...

Memoirs of the forty-five first years of the life of James Lackington ...

James Lackington - 1827
...asserts that there is no more rectitude, piety, or sanctity, in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained,...sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip. " If the rewards proposed to Christians had been like those promised by Mahomet to his followers, sensual...

The Lion [ed. by R. Carlile].

1829
...rectitude, piety, or sanctity in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tyger strongly chained, or innocence and sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip. FOP however orderly and well those animals, or msn hiniseIC upon like terms, may be induced to act,...

Lion, Nide 4

1829
...rectitude, piety, or sanctity in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tyger strongly chained, or innocence and sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip. For however orderly and well those animals, or man himself upon like terms, may be induced to act,...

Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Nide 18

1830
...asserts that there is no more rectitude, piety, or sanctity, in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained,...sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip. " If the rewards proposed to Christians had been like those promised by Mahomet to his followers, sensual...

An essay on intuitive morals [by F.P. Cobbe] 2 pt

Frances Power Cobbe - 1855
...whatever. There is no more of Rectitude, Piety, or Sanctity in a creature thus reformed. than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained,...under the discipline of the whip. . . . The greater submission caused through this sole motive is only the lower and more abject servitude, and implies...

An essay on intuitive morals: being an attempt to popularize ethical ..., Osa 1

Frances Power Cobbe - 1859 - 279 sivua
...whatever. There is no more of Rectitude, Piety, or Sanctity in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained,...monkey under the discipline of the whip The greater submission caused through this sole motive is only the lower and more abject servitude, and implies...

The Scope and Nature of University Education

John Henry Newman - 1859 - 351 sivua
...whatever. There is no more of rectitude, piety, or sanctity, in a creature thus reformed, than there is meekness or gentleness in a tiger strongly chained,...sobriety in a monkey under the discipline of the whip .... While the will is neither gained, nor the inclination wrought upon, but awe alone prevails and...




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